Antony KANE

Anthony KANE

   Anthony Kane, Ph.D.

   He is Program Director at Infinite Horizons. As the former Consulting Director for Chinese Programs at American Councils for International      

   Education, Dr. Kane worked extensively with Chinese students advising them on how and where to apply to American colleges and universities.

   He has done presentations at high schools throughout China, including Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai, Xi’an and Zhengzhou. He also worked on

   a range of programs to enhance the Chinese language ability of American students of all ages.   Trained as a historian of modern China at

   Harvard and the University of Michigan, he has spent most of his career working to increase understanding between China and the United

                                                                       States.  After beginning his career teaching at the University of California, San Diego, Dr. Kane joined the The Asia Society in New York in 1986

                                                                       as Director of the China Council, a nationwide public education program on Contemporary China. In 1991 he moved to the People’s Republic

                                                                       of China as American Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies, and he

                                                                       subsequently became Executive Director of the program. More recently he spent another two years in China, living in Chengdu, Sichuan

                                                                       Province, where he consulted with a group of international schools to improve their Chinese language teaching curriculum as well as working

                                                                       with a World Bank consortium of business schools to improve their MBA programs. He returned from China to Washington D.C. and began

                                                                       working at American Councils in 2008, where he developed academic programs, established and maintained relationships with Chinese

                                                                       universities, high schools and other partner institutions, and participated in program monitoring and evaluation.